Italy attacker had recently been suspended by the Saints following an alleged training-ground altercation with defender Jose Fonte.
Serie A champions Juventus have officially completed the loan capture of out-of-favour Southampton front man Pablo Osvaldo on a six-month deal, with an option to then buy the Italy international on a permanent contract next summer, reports the Daily Mail.
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The Old Lady of Italian Football had been in negotiations with the south coast club throughout the course of transfer deadline day as they sought to bring in the 28-year-old.
However, Juve managed to beat the clock, with head coach Antonio Conte even securing an option to buy the Italy international outright for €19m payable over a three-year period when the striker’s loan deal expires on May 31.
Osvaldo only scored three times during a fairly disastrous spell on the south coast, and after reportedly headbutting team-mate Jose Fonte in training, it was important for Saints boss Mauricio Pochettino to take immediate action.
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